Philip schaff, D. D., LL. D., Professor in the union theological seminary, new york. In connection with a number of patristic scholars of europe and america



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Ego sum, nolite timere, are thus inserted.

312312 Luke xxiv. 36–40.

313313 John xx. 19, 20.

314314 Et cum manducasset coram eis, sumens reliquias dedit eis.

315315 Luke xxiv. 41–43.

316316 John xx. 20–23.

317317 Luke xxiv. 44–49. [Many harmonists place this passage in connection with this appearance (evening of the Resurrection day); but part of it may belong to the final appearance, or be a summary of the teaching during the forty days.—R.]

318318 John xiv. 26, xv. 26.

319319 Acts i. 2–9.

320320 John xx. 26–29.

321321 Novissime. [The Greek is uJsteron, “afterwards,” not necessarily “lastly.”—R.]

322322 Mark xvi. 14.

323323 Mark xvi. 15, 16.

324324 Mark xvi. 17, 18.

325325 Mark xvi. 19, 20.

326326 Acts i. 4–8.

327327 Some editions read si = if I will, etc. But the best editions and Mss. give sic, as above. And that Augustin read it so, is clear also from what occurs further on in Book iv. 20.

328328 John vi. 1.

329329 Matt. xxviii. 5–7.

330330 Mark xvi. 6, 7.

331331 Matt. xxviii. 16–20.

332332 Luke xiii. 32. See above, Book ii. chap. 75, § 145.

333333 Illis undecim = those eleven.

334334 John xxi. 14.

335335 John xx. 14.

336336 Matt. xxviii. 9.

337337 Luke xxiv. 35.

338338 Luke xxiv. 15.

339339 John xx. 19–24.

340340 John xx. 26

341341 John xxi. 1.

342342 Matt. xxviii. 16, 17.

343343 Mark xvi. 14.

344344 Mark xvi. 19.

345345 Luke xxiv. 50, 51.

346346 John xxi. 25.

347347 Acts i. 3.

348348 Acts x. 41—the words, per quadraginta dies, being added.

349349 1 Cor. xv. 4. 5.

350350 [The discussion of the appearances of the Risen Lord is so clear and candid, that one must regret that it finds its conclusion in the allegorizing exegesis of this section.—R.]

351351 Phil. ii. 6, 7.

352352 John xiv. 21.

353353 John i. 5–9.

354354 1 John iii. 2.

355355 Matt. xxv. 33–46.

356356 Isa. xxvi. 10.

357357 John xviii. 3.

11 Mark i. 1–21.

22 Mark iv. 31.

33 The words Let us alone, are omitted. [So the Greek text, according to the best Mss.—R.]

44 Mark i. 22–39.

55 Luke iv. 35.

66 Reading elisis. Various Mss. give amputatis aut evulsis = amputated or torn off.

77 Mark i. 40-iii. 12.

88 Luke iv. 41.

99 Mark iii. 13-v. 20.

1010 See above, Book ii. chaps. 17 and 53.

1111 John i. 42.

1212 Mark v. 21-vi. 30.

1313 Mark vi. 31-vii. 37.

1414 John ii. 24, 25.

1515 The text gives simply: futuram Petro praenuntiavit, to which cogitationem has to be supplied. Some editions insert negationem = his future denial.

1616 Matt. xxvi. 33–35.

1717 Iterum, inserted. [The Greek text, according to the best Mss. reads: “when there was again a great multitude.” So Revised Version. Augustin’s text is: “In those days again, when there was a great multitude.”—R.]

1818 The words, “because he followeth not us,” are omitted. [So the Vulgate and old Latin text; but the best Greek Mss. omit the clause, “and he followeth not us,” inserting the last clause, “because he followeth not us,” as in Luke ix. 49.—R.]

1919 Mark vii. 1-ix 39.

2020 Matt. xii. 30.

2121 Matt. x. 40.

2222 Matt. xxv. 40.

2323 Luke x. 16.

2424 Matt. xxv. 45.

2525 Acts ix. 4.

2626 [The correct reading in Luke ix. 50: “For he that is not against you is for you,” gives the key to the meaning. See commentaries in loco.—R.]

2727 Mark ix. 40–50.

2828 The text gives ad ea. Another reading is ad eam = that unity of His body.

2929 Reading societas. Many Mss. give notitia = acquaintance.

3030 Mark x. 1-xii. 44.

3131 Luke xxi. 1–4.

3232 Completae sunt. [So Revised Version.—R.]

3333 [Et mihi assecuto a principio omnibus (some Mss. have omnia) diligenter ex ordine tibi scribere. Comp. Revised Version and Augustin’s explanation below.—R.]

3434 Luke i. 1–4.

3535 Usque in diem quo apostolis quos elegit, etc. Some editions read quo apostolos elegit = on which He chose the apostles, giving them commandment, etc.

3636 Acts i. 1, 2.

3737 John xxi. 25.

3838 Luke i. 5-v. 4.

3939 John xxi. 1–11.

4040 [Rumpebantur, “were breaking,” as in the Greek: comp. Revised Version.—R.]

4141 Apoc. iv. 6, 7.

4242 See chap. iii.

4343 John i. 1, 14.

4444 John x. 30.

4545 John i. 1–11.

4646 John ii. 12–22.

4747 John iv. 48.

4848 John v. 18.

4949 John v. 17.

5050 John v. 19

5151 John vi. 15.

5252 John xviii. 36.

5353 John vi. 26, 27.

5454 John vi. 63.

5555 The text gives: et per carnem spiritus prodest. Some editions read et carni, etc. = the spirit profiteth even the flesh. [The erroneous view of the term “flesh” leads to this explanation. It has already in this passage an ethical sense, which Augustin ignores.—R.]

5656 John vii. 6, 7.

5757 Jer. xvii. 16.

5858 John viii. 56.

5959 John vii. 34.

6060 John vii. 28.

6161 Luke x. 20.

6262 Se esse principium quod et loqueretur eis, as the rendering of the thn ajrchn oJ ti kai; lalw` umi`n in John viii. 25.

6363 Matt. v. 14, 15.

6464 John v. 35.

6565 John i. 16.

6666 John viii. 36.

6767 John x. 24.

6868 John x. 30.

6969 John xi. 25, 26.

7070 John xii. 1–9; Matt. xxvi. 6–13: Mark xiv. 3–9.

7171 John xii. 20–50.

7272 John xiv. 9.

7373 John xviii. 36, 37.

7474 The text gives vitans. Many Mss. and editions read visitans =coming to Mary.

7575 John xx. 17.

7676 John xx. 22.

7777 John xxi. 23.

7878 Some Mss. insert secretam = secret.

7979 Reading, lucem liquidissimam verbi sublimiter. But various Mss. and editions give verbi sublimitate fertur, etc. = borne aloft in the sublimity of the word into the most liquid light.

8080 1 Cor. xiii. 12.

8181 Col. iii. 4.

8282 2 Cor. v. 6, 7.

8383 John xvi. 13.

8484 Rom. viii. 10, 11.

8585 Wisd. of Sol. ix. 13.

8686 Ecclus. xxiv. 3.

8787 Contemperata = attempered to.

8888 1 Cor. xiii. 12, 9, 10.

8989 1 Cor. xii. 8.

9090 Rom. xiv. 6.

9191 2 Cor. xii. 2–4.

9292 2 Cor. v. 6.

9393 John xiv. 21.

9494 Ecclus. iii. 18.

9595 John xiii. 5.

11 Vit. c. 7.

22 This he did immediately on his conversion. Possidius says, “He made no will, because as a poor man of God (pauper Dei) he had nothing whereof to make one” (c. ult.). The poor, Possidius calls his “compauperes,” of whom he says “he was ever mindful, and supplied them out of the same sources as himself and all who lived with him [his clergy under monastic rule],—out of the returns of the possessions of the Church, or the oblations of the faithful” (c. 23). Possidius speaks (c. 4), how the report of “the continency and deep poverty of his monastery” won those separated from the Church.

11 2 Cor. iv. 7.

22 Muneris.

33 Matt. x. 22.

44 Ipsos venatores venatus est ad salutem.

55 Ps. xxii. 16, 17.

66 1 Cor. iv. 9.

77 Spiritaliter.

88 Venatorem.

99 John xvi. 33.

1010 Sacramenti.

1111 Prava.

1212 Deberet.

1313 Commendare.

1414 Populariter agere.

1515 Gen. xxii. 18.

1616 Singularitate.

1717 Periti.

1818 1 Cor. i. 27, 28.

1919 Col. ii. 6, 7.

2020 Col. ii. 3.

2121 2 Cor. iii. 16.

2222 Calumnias.

2323 Perversis moribus.

2424 Matt. i. 1.

2525 Matt. i. 2–6.

2626 Matt. i. 7–18.

2727 Matt. i. 19.

2828 Velut.

2929 Auderet.

3030 Matt. i. 20.

3131 Matt. i. 21.

3232 Sanctitas vestra.

3333 1 Cor. xi. 19.

3434 Sacramentum.

3535 Gustatum.

3636 Sacramentum.

3737 Jer. xxvii.

3838 Rom. xi. 1.

3939 Meruerunt.

4040 1 Cor. xv. 6.

4141 Acts i. 15.

4242 Acts xiii. 46.

4343 Jer. xxix. 7.

4444 1 Tim. ii. 1, 2.

4545 Agricultura.

4646 Ps. cxviii. 22.

4747 Matt. i. 20.

4848 Matt. i. 21.

4949 Luke ii. 42.

5050 Luke ii. 48, 49.

5151 Luke i. 31.

5252 Luke i. 32.

5353 Meruerat.

5454 Dignitatem.

5555 Ephes. v. 23.

5656 Gal. iv. 4.

5757 Fidei.

5858 ha

femina mulier omnis aetatis et conditionis, sive nupta est, sive non est. Gesenius, Lex. Heb., vide exempla, especially Gen. xxiv. 5 and Isa. iv. 1. Vid. Serm. lii. 10.

5959 Gen. ii. 22.

6060 Luke ii. 49, 50, 51.

6161 Wisd. viii. 1.

6262 Rom. i. 3.

6363 Commendaret.

6464 Rom. ix. 5.

6565 Matt. xxii. 42.

6666 Ps. cx. 1.

6767 Matt. xxii. 43, 44, 45.

6868 Ps. cxxxii. 11.

6969 Ps. cx. 1.

7070 Phil. ii. 6.

7171 Phil. ii. 7.

7272 Uxorem.

7373 1 Cor. vii. 29.

7474 Debitum.

7575 1 Thess. iv. 4.

7676 Ephes. v. 25.

7777 Tabulas.

7878 Tabulae matrimoniales.

7979 Ut sint soceri non lenones.

8080 Frontem.

8181 Adulterium quasi ad alterum.

8282 1 Cor vii. 6.

8383 1 Cor. vii. 5.

8484 Modo.

8585 Ecclus. xiv. 18.

8686 Phil. iii. 19.

8787 1 Kings xix. 6.

8888 Meruit.

8989 Meruit.

9090 Sic.

9191 Animadversum.

9292 The Scriptures.

9393 Gratia.

9494 Gen. xvi. 2 and xxx.

9595 1 Cor. vii. 4.

9696 Exod. ii. 10.

9797 Rom. ii. 14.

9898 Gen. xlviii. 5, 6.

9999 In magno sacramento.

100100 Gal. iv. 4, 5.

101101 Rom. viii. 23.

102102 Rom. ix. 3, etc.

103103 Deut. xxv. 5; Matt. xxii. 24.

104104 Of these two solutions, (1) that Joseph may have been the adopted son of Eli, or (2) the son of his wife who, as the next of kin, married Jacob after his decease, the latter is stated by Africanus (Eus. H. E. i. 7) to be traditional and derived from kinsmen of the Lord’s. It may be the more likely, in that the name of the wife of Matthan and Malchi (Estha) is also handed down, through whom, though half-blood, Heli and Jacob became, at all events, near kinsmen. Else in the Jerus Talm. (ap. Lightfoot ad loc.) St. Mary is called the daughter of Heli, and her genealogy might be counted as his, to whom, according to the above statement, she was nearly related. The name Heli, indeed, is no way connected (as some have thought) with Eliachim, i.q. Joachim; but this name of the father of the Blessed Virgin is said by St. Augustin to have been taken by the Manichees from apocryphal books (comp. Faust xxiii. 9), so neither is it any hindrance. St. Augustin remarks (Quaest. Ev. ii. 5) that any one possible explanation is sufficient, and yet that it would be rash to say that there were only the two that he had named. He treats it then as “madness” to ground any charge against the evangelists thereon; inasmuch as it can be solved, faith is indifferent to the “how,” since God has not explained it.

105105 Luke ii. 48.

106106 Matt. i. 19.

107107 Luke i. 63.

108108 Luke i. 31.

109109 Matt. i. 20, 21.

110110 Luke ii. 7. There seems to be no trace of any such reading anywhere else.

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